The Nahanni, the PM, and the idea that shouldn’t die

The Nahanni, the PM, and the idea that shouldn’t die
The South Nahanni River is one of the world’s great waterways. At 563 km long it snakes through the Selwyn Mountains and part of the Mackenzie Mountains in Canada’s vast Northwest Territories. Along its storied water path you’ll find all manner of hot springs, glaciers, marshes, desert-like landscapes, incredible hoodoos, and bottomless lakes. Very few of us have seen it, your friendly neighbourhood blogger included. There’s one Canadian prime minister,
Roderick Benns

Roderick Benns